Khan's brother, Mastan Khan Wazir -- one of his 15 siblings -- also has three wives. So far, Wazir has only fathered 22 children but, like his brother, he says his grandchildren are too numerous to count.
Wearing a traditional Waziristani turban, he says: "God has promised that he will provide food and resources but people have weak faith."
In the southwestern city of Quetta in Balochistan province, Jan Mohammed -- the father of 38 children -- agrees, despite having previously called on the government to provide resources for his family.
He can't financially support 38 kids but his ultimate goal is a century.
"The more Muslims grow, the more their enemies will fear them... Muslims should go for more and more children," he said.
Fear? Muslims are outnumbered by infidels by at least 3-to-1. Such Muslims have a hard time coming to grips with the true feelings of non-Muslims towards Muslims: utter indifference.
The laugh out loud part is at the end:
Denied their husbands' permission to speak, none of the three men's wives could give their views on family planning in Islam.
Please, do remember that Islam is the most feminist religion!